How to Take Bridal Fitness Breaks (Without Feeling Guilty)
1. Schedule Rest Days...
Your rest days should be on a schedule, just like your workout days. I often advise my brides to schedule their workouts around their desired rest days. If you want Saturday off, you should work out on Friday, and so on. Schedule at minimum one day of rest per week.
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2. ...And Treat Yourself
On your rest day, plan drinks with the girls, have a cheat meal or schedule one of the more fun wedding planning appointments (hello, cake tasting!).
3. Spoil Yourself Once a Month
If you stick to your fitness goals for the month, use a rest day to really reward yourself! Go to the spa and get a massage, hit the salon and get a mani-pedi, or buy a sexy pair of shoes and plan a fun date night.
The Bottom Line
A day of rest is good for your body and your mind. In the weeks leading up to your wedding, a rest day is also a great way to get into the bridal mind-set and reward yourself for little victories.
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